Here's the deal: perfect location, beautiful 2-bedroom apartment, fantastic panoramic sea view. The challenge? Be prepared to walk up 4 storeys of an historical building with no elevator :-) We understand this is not for everybody: you have to be (or want to be) fit to book with us!
Once you accept this challenge and make climbing up the stairs a part of your daily exercise routine, you can enjoy everything this apartment has to offer. If this is not for you, perhaps consider our other apartment located nearby (ref. 1012962).
Besides keeping you fit, the apartment is exceptionally located in the very heart of Cannes, with a large and bright living area and open plan kitchen, a stunning view on Cannes' vieux port (old port) and the recently-renovated “Quai Saint-Pierre”. The 2 bedrooms face the main pedestrian street of Cannes (Rue Meynadier).
The flat has been renovated early 2014 to meet the standards we want to offer to our guests.
This is an ideal place to stay both for congresses and for holiday makers, who both will appreciate that the flat is in the center of Le Suquet (Cannes' hilly old town), so just go walk down the stairs to be surrounded by a multitude of restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.
The Palais des Festivals is only a 5 minute walk along the seaside and for those on holiday, the beaches (La Croisette and Plages du Midi) are both less than a 5 minutes walk by the sea side. The Marché Forville is located just behind the flat and we highly recommend a visit there to see the local French vendors selling their cheeses, fruit and veggies, charcuterie, fresh cut flowers and a wide array of French gourmet products.
Shopping is everywhere and Rue Meynaider has everything one could possibly look for: souvenir shops, cheese and wine stores, french bakeries, clothing stores, pharmacies, grocery stores and many, many restaurants to choose from.
So enjoy the restaurants, the old town, the beaches, the shopping or just stay in the comfort of your lovely flat with a glass of champagne and enjoy the full sea view and life in the south of France, from sun rise till sun set.